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Swahili Modernities

Swahili Modernities

Culture, Politics, And Identity On The East Coast Of Africa

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Published by Africa World Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Africa - General,
  • History,
  • History: World

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPat Caplan (Editor), Farouk Topan (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9360856M
    ISBN 101592210457
    ISBN 109781592210459

    6. Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa, by Pat Caplan and Farouk Topan, eds. Trenton, NJ: African World Press. ISBN 7. Three Swahili Women: Life Histories from Mombasa, Kenya, by Sarah Mirza and Margaret Strobel, eds. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. In Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa, edited by Pat Caplan and Farouk Topan, – Trenton: Africa Author: Kjersti Larsen.

    He has published widely on various aspects of Swahili literature, religion, spirit possession and identity in East Africa. His publications include Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics and Identity on the East Coast of Africa (with P. Caplan, AWP, ). Dr Topan was previously editor of the Journal of African Languages and Cultures (JALC. The Food Of Oman Recipes And Stories From The Gateway To Arabia. Welcome,you are looking at books for reading, the The Food Of Oman Recipes And Stories From The Gateway To Arabia, you will able to read or download in Pdf or ePub books and notice some of author may have lock the live reading for some of ore it need a FREE signup process to obtain the book.

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Currently, this area is undergoing rapid change as "globalization" makes its impact.5/5(1). Get this from a library. Swahili modernities: culture, politics, and identity on the east coast of Africa.

[Patricia Caplan; Farouk Topan;] -- "This book considers the themes of modernity, identity, and politics on the East African coast and islands. Currently, this area is undergoing rapid change as "globalization" makes its impact. Caplan, Pat and Topan, Farouk, eds.

Swahili Modernities: Identity, Power and Development on the East African Coast. Africa World Press. ISBN [Edited Book]. This book considers the themes of modernity, identity, and politics on the East African coast and islands.

Currently, this area is Swahili Modernities book rapid change as globalization makes its impact. Tourism, increased monetisation, emigration from and immigration to the area, and the varying policies of multinational agencies and local states are all.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa at 5/5(1). Swahili language and society: papers from the workshop held at the School of Oriental and African Studies in April Edited by Joan Maw and David Parkin.

Wien: Institut für Afrikanistik, ( p.) Swahili modernities: culture, politics, and identity on the east coast of Africa. by Pat Caplan and Farouk : Yuusuf Caruso. SWAHILI MODERNITIES: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa.

Lawrenceville, NJ: AFRICA WORLD PRESS. ISBN [Edited Book] No full text available Abstract or Description. This book considers the themes of modernity, identity and politics on the East African coast and by: volume Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics and Identity on the East Coast of Africa, Giblin and Monson’s () edited collection on the Maji Maji war, and more recently, Priya Lal’s African Socialism in Postcolonial Tanzania (), and Erin Stiles and Katrina Thompson’s.

Caplan, Patricia, and Farouk Topan. Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity On the East Coast of n, N.J. ; Asmara, Eritrea: Africa World Press, Inc., This edited volume provides insight into the ways that modernity has influenced Swahili culture, as well as the ways that Swahili people have reckoned with globalization and instilled cultural boundaries.

Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa. Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press. ISBN The papers of Pat and Lionel Caplan, comprising field notes as well as material relating to the subsequent publication of books and articles based on fieldwork are held by SOAS Archives.

ReferencesBorn: Ann Patricia Bailey, 13 March (age 77). Part of the African Histories and Modernities book series (AHAM) Abstract The demise and rise of federalism as a governing system in independent Kenya, normally referred to by the Swahili word majimbo (literally provinces/states), remains a scarcely studied and understood subject in that nation’s first fifty years of by: 1.

Like the recent Swahili Modernities, the book thus provides invaluable empirical data drawn from a wide range of research relevant to anthropology, literary and linguistic analysis, and history. 2 While most of its chapters focus on part of the coast or islands of Kenya or Tanzania, some look at Swahili culture as far north as Somalia and as Author: Kate Kingsford.

Farouk Mohamedhusein Tharia Topan (born ) is the director of the Swahili Centre at the Aga Khan is a specialist in the language and literature of the Swahili has taught at the University of Dar es Salaam, the Institute of Ismaili Studies, and the School of Oriental and African mater: School of Oriental and African Studies.

Reviews the book "Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa," edited by Pat Caplan and Farouk Topan. Remembering and Reworking the Swahili Diwanate: The Role of Objects and Places at Vumba Kuu.

See Caplan and Topan, Swahili Modernities. About the fear of the growing influence of Communism in Zanzibar in the context of the Cold War, see Wilson, US Foreign Policy; Speller, “An African Cuba?”; Petterson, An American's Cold War Tale; and the recently-opened CIA archives by Hunter, Zanzibar: The Hundred Days Revolution.

Cited by: 7. SWAHILI MODERNITIES: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa. Lawrenceville, NJ: AFRICA WORLD PRESS. Lawrenceville, NJ: AFRICA WORLD PRESS. ISBN Occupation: Emeritus Professor of Anthropology. Swahili language and society: papers from the workshop held at the School of Oriental and African Studies in April Edited by Joan Maw and David Parkin.

Wien: Institut für Afrikanistik, ( p.) Swahili modernities: culture, politics, and identity on the east coast of Africa. Edited by Pat Caplan and Farouk : Yuusuf Caruso.

‘Modernity has been Swahili-ised: the case of Malindi’ in P. Caplan and F. Topan (eds.) Swahili Modernities (in press) Lawrenceville, NJ: Africa World Press. Beech, M. Slavery on the East Coast of Africa.

Journal of the African Society Ben Lobulu. The Rule of Law in Zanzibar. Memoirs of an Arabian Princess in Zanzibar, Dover Publications, Jonathon Glassman, War of Words, War of Stones: Racial Thought and Violence in Colonial Zanzibar, Indiana University Press, Patricia Caplan and Farouk Topan, Swahili modernities: culture, politics, and identity on the east coast of Africa, Africa World Press, Swahili modernities: culture, politics, and identity on the east coast of Africa (Book) 12 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

ANTH B with Vinay Kamat. The geo-political entity known as East Africa comprises the present nations of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. In the anthropological literature, this region is often described as the cradle of humanity. The so-called Swahili Coast on the edge of the Indian Ocean, which includes several historically significant trading towns and cities [ ].Swahili Modernities: Identity, Development and Power on the Coast of East Africa.

Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, Migration and Public Perception BEPA: European CommissionAuthor: Ida Hadjivayanis.The book describes the worlds where Swahili is spoken as multi-centred contexts that cannot be thought of as located in a specific coastal area of Kenya or Tanzania.

The articles presented discuss a range of geographical areas where Swahili is spoken, from Somalia to Mozambique along the Indian Ocean, in Europe and the US.